daniel sturride

This summer will see the world's elite line up against each other in a bid to capture the most coveted prize in football - the World Cup. And that means goals, because goals are the key if a country want to be world-beaters... But what about the players not expected to light up the tournament with goals?
I've risked major mockery in the last month for asserting confidently amongst friends that England are different this time around, that we can match the fluent approach play of more successful nations, because this time we have the personnel. After watching our 3-0 snooze-fest against Peru, I stand by this marginally fantastical statement.